Roma-Juve clash brought forward for security reasons
Roma's clash with newly-crowned Italian champions Juventus on Sunday has been brought forward three hours for security reasons, the Rome Constabulary said Thursday.
The match was due to kick off at 8.45pm local time (1845 GMT) but has been brought forward to avoid "public order" problems.
Rome prefect Giuseppe Pecoraro said the game would now kick-off in the day-time at 5.45pm (1545 GMT).
The move comes less than a week after three Napoli supporters were hospitalised, one with serious injuries, from gunshot wounds ahead of Saturday's cup final between their team and Fiorentina in the capital.
A Roma fan, Daniele De Santis, has since been charged with attempted manslaughter.
Roma and Juventus supporters share a fierce rivalry and their teams were battling for the title this season.